Take a look at the ball-and-stick model. I'm sure someone here probably knows of a better one.
Thus, you use "H3C" on the left side of the diagram but "CH3" on the right side - so, in both cases, the "C" is towards the middle. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. For more information in general have a look at the help center. I did chemistry only to 7th form High School , didn't do any at University... Thanks for the replies!
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It takes some practice to do this properly to make sure that the carbons get properly represented as tetrahedra. Yahoo Answers.
To see this take off all the hydrogens and you have the same structure. Best Answer: Just be aware of what each of the conventions represent the common abbreviations Me, Et, Pr, Bu..
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Molar mass of H3C is 15. Sign up using Facebook. Where would you like to explore today?